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Bulldogs Won’t Back Down From Hype

Fayetteville Overcame Loss Of Key Players To Injuries, Ineligibility Throughout Last Season

Posted: November 12, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Tyler McCullough, Fayetteville, looks for an open teammate March 9 at Summit Arena in Hot Springs during the 7A boys state championship game against Little Rock Hall. Hall beat Fayetteville 42-31.
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Tyler McCullough, Fayetteville, looks for an open teammate March 9 at Summit Arena in Hot Springs during the 7A boys state championship game against Little Rock Hall. Hall beat Fayetteville 42-31.

The expectations are through the roof for Fayetteville boys basketball this season. With a major nucleus of talent back from a state runner-up team last year, even the Bulldogs aren’t hiding from the lofty goals pointed in their direction.

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